Thursday, 2 September 2010

Vous me suivrez bien...


Won't you follow me under the pergolas of Marie-Antoinette's hamlet and the Petit Trianon castle?
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.... sous les pergolas du Hameau de la Reine et du Petit Trianon ?

24 comments:

Tracy said...

I would love to! I hope we get lost.

SRQ said...

Oui! Je voudrais vous suivre! C'est tres belle.

wayne-2zars-com said...

Great place to hang out on a hot summer day!

Jacob said...

One wouldn't want Marie-Antoinette to get burned by the sun walking from the hamlet to the Petit Trianon castle, right? So, you're saying this was built hundreds of years ago and it is still this beautiful?

Amazing!

Randy said...

I have never seen anything like this. Would love to walk with you so you could share the history with me. Wonderful photos.

Halcyon said...

This is gorgeous! I love these green tunnels. They take you to another world.

Lynette said...

What must it feel like to walk there? I cannot even imagine how neat it surely feels.

Jack said...

Looks wonderful. And, maybe cool, which we need badly at this time. But, are they high enough for a very tall man?

Small City Scenes said...

I will! I will!!
Love the first shot but I like the second too. MB

Ann said...

Maria antonnate must have enjoyed herself under the roofed plants.

VP said...

Absolutely! This is lovely and you caight it very well!

Cezar and Léia said...

I would love walking in these places, just adorable!
And your pictures are perfect!
hugs
Léia

Malyss said...

Très volontiers! petit frisson de mystère (où est-ce que ça va?) jolie penombre et belle lumière.. J'arrive!

brattcat said...

avec plaisir. (in case my french is too bad, i meant to say 'with pleasure'.)

Kaori said...

No one could refuse you, Ciel! Gorgeous place to take a break from the suns rays :D

T. Becque said...

I' ready! It's like a fairytale.

BaysideLife said...

Definitely, I'll follow. Both look cool and probably fragrant. Is that bamboo in the second photo? It gives such structure to the pergola.

Olivier said...

cela doit etre assez sympa, alors on te suit ;))

Pietro said...

A beautiful walk indeed!

JM said...

Beautiful!

VioletSky said...

what a lovely walkway!

paulboo said...

Must be great on a hot summer day :o)

Oakland Daily Photo said...

This snap puts you right there. You can feel the sun coming in and smell the gravel walk. Nice evocation.

Cergie said...

Oui en effet, PRESQUE la même car sans les raisins et prise dans le même sens puisqu'il y a le tronc dans l'axe
:)
J'avais déjà été sous un espèce de tunnel secret qu'empruntait la reine. Je pensais que c'était cela que tu montrais. Par contre la treille je ne l'ai jamais remarquée avant parce qu'elle ne portait pas de fruits, j'avais remarqué en juin 2006 le rosier de la maison de la reine au hameau, défleuri et taillé en septembre... C'est ça qui est agréable avec un jardin ou un parc, toujours le regard change...